Here’s a list of the top trucking-related news now trending on the Internet:

A guest column in Forbes penned by David Congdon, president and CEO of Old Dominion Freight Lines, illustrates the critical role trucking plays in driving U.S. economic growth.

Noted transportation expert Ken Orski pens a column for the Heartland Institute illustrating how the relationship between the federal and state governments in regards to transportation funding is changing.

The Oakland Press tracks a trucking company’s effort to relocate to a bigger location

An article in NJBIZ tells how a state grant kept a trucking company from leaving New Jersey.

YRC is enlarging some of its terminals reports the Kansas City Business Journal.

Reuters says Singapore’s Neptune Orient Lines Ltd. wants to sell off its APL Logistics subsidiary.

Now money is falling off trucks; at least in this hopefully isolated case, as noted in this short item from the Associated Press posted by ABC News.

A fiery wreck in New Jersey leaves this truck driver badly burned as noted by NJ.com.

CNN tells the story of the Starbucks food and coffee trucks that may soon be rolling to a college campus near you.

To truly profit from “Big Data” a lot of “data wrangling” is required – a task akin to “janitor work” at least in the eyes of those profiled by the New York Times.

The Daily Digest News provides some new insight into human sleep patterns, thanks to the heretofore unknown ability of certain wearable devices to monitor and collect data on human habits.